The European Space Agency says it has opened an investigation into anomalies that have affected five of the first 18 Galileo satellites in orbit.
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) Galileo satellites have been having a bad time for the past 17 years. Now, the 10 billion euro project has suffered what might be its strangest setback yet: Nine clocks across the 18 Galileo satellites in orbit have suddenly stopped working. For a fleet that was supposed to create an… Read more...
The European Space Agency announced Wednesday there were "failed" clocks onboard some of the 18 navigation satellites it has launched for Galileo, Europe's beleaguered rival to America's GPS.
BY: Josh King, Veuer A 12-year-old video of the historic probe landing on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, has been released by NASA. Sent by the European Space Agency, the video from the Huygens probe shows actual footage of the spacecraft's landing as it passes through the moon's atmosphere. Show More Summary
In 2005, the European Space Agency's Huygens probe became the first spacecraft to land on an object in the outer solar system.
If for some inexplicable reason you thought the Rocky Mountains weren’t incredible enough, check them out from space. NASA shared this photo on Tuesday, taken by European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet, the flight engineer onShow More Summary
These astronauts took the mannequin challenge to new heights. Literally. Thomas Pesquet, a European Space Agency astronaut currently onboard the International Space Station for a six-month mission, tweeted a video of himself and the...Show More Summary
Ronaldo’s Golden Year 2016 was quite the year for Cristiano Ronaldo. He won both the Champions League and the European Championships within the space of a month, two crowning glories which ultimately won him the coveted Ballon D’Or just a few weeks ago. He’s now tipped to win the FIFA Best Player award in January, […]
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The European Space Agency has rendered the Rosetta space probe‘s historic journey around comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko in a 3D simulation that highlights important moments in the trip. Rosetta successfully orbited the comet and launched...Show More Summary
The European Space Agency's three-satellite Swarm constellation is three years into its four-year study of the Earth's magnetic field. Back in May, a study used Swarm data to show where and how that field has changed over the last few...Show More Summary
Image: De Agostini Picture Library via Getty Beneath eighteen hundred miles of crust and mantle flows a molten iron hell river whose satanic secrets the European Space Agency has unleashed. Cool! Read more...
With the memory of the Schiaparelli probe's crash still fresh in our memory, mankind remains steadfast in its pursuit of landing more hardware on Mars. To that end, the European Space Agency just finalized a deal with Thales Alenia Space...Show More Summary
The jet stream within the Earth's molten iron core has been discovered by scientists using the latest satellite data that helps create an 'x-ray' view of the planet. "The European Space Agency's Swarm satellites are providing our sharpest x-ray image...
ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet will be the 11th European to perform a spacewalk when he ventures outside the International Space Station next month.
There is a valley called Mawrth Vallis on Mars. This video shows the spectacular views of the region. Video courtesy of European Space Agency Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
With a glowing orb inside of it The European Union just got a new office space in Brussels to make room for new member states—and it’s nothing short of extraordinary. Designed by Belgian studio Samyn and Partners along with Italian firm...Show More Summary
ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet will be the 11th European to perform a spacewalk when he ventures outside the International Space Station next month. Lasting up to seven hours on 13 January, its goal is to ensure the power supply of the International Space Station from the 2500 sq m of solar panels.
Using large-scale computer simulations, the Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy research group at the Department of Earth and Space Sciences is making important contributions to Joint European Torus (JET), the biggest fusion experiment currently in operation. Show More Summary
Europe’s own satnav constellation, Galileo, has gone live after five years of launches by the European Space Agency.